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Donald Trump has challenged his rival Hillary Clinton to a drug test before their next debate, suggesting the Democrat was "pumped up" on performance-enhancing drugs in a stunning new twist to the brutal White House race.
Donald Trump keeps peddling the notion the vote may be rigged. It's not clear if he does not understand the potential damage of his words -- or he simply does not care.
Top stars in Latin music pleaded Saturday for tolerance in a concert from the U.S.-Mexico border, taking a stand weeks ahead of a divisive U.S. presidential election.
Mexican officials say the international police agency Interpol has issued a red notice for the detention of a former Mexican governor who is under investigation on allegations of corruption.
US military detects failed N. Korean missile launch
The US military said Saturday it had detected an unsuccessful launch by North Korea of a powerful medium-range missile capable of hitting US bases as far away as Guam.
WikiLeaks releases Clinton speeches for Goldman Sachs
Three of Hillary Clinton's paid speeches to Goldman Sachs were released Saturday by WikiLeaks, casting an awkward spotlight on the Democrat's ties to the biggest players on Wall Street in the final stretch of the White House race.
One hurricane brings 10 years of crop loss
As Hurricane Matthew roared across southwestern Haiti, Joselien Jean-Baptiste huddled with his family while the wind whipped at his little house.
Libertarian nominee Johnson has never been your typical politician
Ronald Reagan won a historic landslide victory in the 1984 election, taking 49 of 50 states.
New allegations of sexual misconduct rock Trump campaign
Battered by sordid new accusations of sexual misbehavior, Donald Trump fought back in ever-more-remarkable fashion Friday, acting out one woman's allegation onstage and suggesting another was not attractive enough to merit his attention. He defiantly denied a week's worth of accusations that have all but consumed his presidential bid just over three weeks before the election.
Hawaii board denies rule changes for foreign fishermen
A Hawaii agency on Friday denied a petition to change state rules for commercial fishing licenses given to undocumented foreign fishermen.
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